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back and forward with diane sawyer and talked about how her kids reacted to her big speech. >>> and the thin doctor. he works with jay-z and oprah, now he's spinning tunes at this convention, like "signed sealed delivered." we hang with him to find out how do democrats get down. >> good evening, i'm terry moran here in charlotte, north carolina, where the 2012 democratic convention has entered the history books with a speech by president barack obama. a stirring speech for the people here in the hall. he launched a vigorous defense of his record, several negative attacks against mitt romney and he offered the delegates a little bit of that old-time obama religion of hope. all in all, the people who were in this hall, received this speech, they were elek triified by it. they were explosive at times. you could hear them yearning for his success. the real question is, how does this play outside the hall, in the un country, with you? because the president has significant challenges ahead of him. ♪ they still love him. barack obama may be struggling in the polls and fighting f
and watch michelle obama's speech and i saw george and whoever that, diane sawyer, i guess her name, yeah, right. diane sawyer on tv and they he were fawning over the speech and i was quite shocked by it. >> speaking of that rick klein is the senior he had for for diane sawyer tonight. tweeted this speech, meaning clinton's speech, was a living breathing organism, the hall, and speech at one. >> more like orgasm, and her like princess diana. >> and judy, said media were fawning and the democrats had a good convention. and really the same statements you made. >> they are not. >> rachel maddow, and confronted, and reviewed the michelle obama speech, oh, my god. that's a pretty good review. >> that's the president, he's god, he's god, got the wrong dety. >> jon: and the huffington post called tt king's speech. and which convention was more of a party for the political press? >> the republican convention is over. ♪ the democratic convention done, too. which party's party had the press dancing in the aisles? and cheering for a win? and what can we expect from the media now? the media now? fi
between a president and his children. tonight car line kennedy tells diane sawyer what she learned from her father, an abc news exclusive. >>> and fresh off the big emmy win. tom bergeron is telling us all about the all-star season of the show that launched an american ballroom dancing obsession. >>> good evening. i'm cynthia mcfadden. tonight, sweet, salty and addictive. it's a controversial theory but some doctors claim you can actually get hooked on food and that sugary processed foods can work on your brain like a drug. others say addiction doesn't apply when it comes to food something you need to survive. abc's juju chang met won woman who try aid three-step program to lose the pounds for good and gain control of her life. >> reporter: tara calls herself a recovering addict, the substance she abused, food. the former plus-sized model wasn't overeating, she was out of control. >> give me the experience. >> i would get wing, ben and jerry's and that meal alone was probably around 6,000 calories if not more. >> reporter: by the age of 22 she tipped the scales at 316 pounds and then de
they mother can get the get pregnant again. >> president kennedy's daughter impact of tapes with diane sawyer. >> you get a sense of just how scary it was to the people in the room. just outlining a set of options. it was that they felt the sense this could be life or death just the people in the country. our >> those previously undisclosed releaseds will be tomorrow. can watch diane sawyer's aterview coming up next 6:30. look at the new iphone 5 sales. apparently good and bad news for apple investors. more than 5y soldre 5 since friday. investors are disappointed. analysts expected figures to be closer to 6 million. 6:00, changes are in store. is back with the .omplete forecast >> gambling in maryland. we did some fact-checking. >> where to the national stand now? [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i need your help... i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. well...everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe well...i'm not at liberty to give that out, but we do use tender chunks of white meat
sawyer will have --. diane sawyer will have more tonight at 5:30. >>> dignataries and first responders from around the country will attend tomorrow's funeral service for highway patrol officer kenyon youngstrom he was shot during a traffic stop last week. his family donated his organs. we are learning more. a 29-year-old bay area mother got one of his kidneys and pancreas. a 52-year-old woman received his other kidney she was on the waiting list 10 years. a 63-year-old woman received his liver. a man married with four children in southern california received youngstrom's heart. the officer's funeral is tomorrow. abc7 news will have full coverage. >>> early morning duplex fire in alameda was a close call for more than a dozen residents in the building. [ inaudible ] >> we believe the fire started on the outside of the bidding to the rear downstairs first floor traveled to the second floor went in the building and attic. >> the red cross is helping 15 people displaced by that fire. >>> another big product unveiling for apple. what apple officials are saying this morning about the all new
what made the man so famously cool spew coals of rage? diane sawyer with an abc news exclusive. >>> cheer, in the high-pressure world of competitive cheerleading, this tough as nails coach is making like "glee's" sue sylvester to turn them into champions but at what price? >>> and for anyone who's ever looked at their pooch and seen a glimpse of nobility introducing animal ancestors. how one artist made a booming business in pet portraits. >>> good evening. i'm bill weir. tonight, you'll get a glimpse behind the closed doors of power and into the dysfunctional relationships that can make or break this nation. bob woodward is best known for uncovering watergate but his new book takes us into the obama white house where last year's clash with republican leadership brought america to the brink of financial armageddon. tonight you'll hear tapes from the president and speaker of the house and what happened in the heat of those crucial moments could provide large-lor ammunition. diane sawyer has the exclusive first look. >> reporter: it is the kind of moment that tests a president, t
in charlotte, north carolina, diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >>> and good evening, to you all, once again from charlotte, north carolina. the democratic national convention in high gear as you can hear and tonight the main event. one of the most formidable competitors in modern politics. former president bill clinton will enter the arena right across that stage and try to give his patented rocket fuel. >> and president obama will be watching from this arena tonight. likely to come out on stage. what a journey for these two men. they come from different generations, different political worlds. they have built it up step-by-step. he's starring now in campaign ads. and diane, one of the building blocks is when president obama wanted to make hillary clinton secretary of state, bill clinton became the chief persuader. >> they've been good friends for a long time but it's definitely a candid and open relationship. if you're wondering about the president's former adversary, hillary clinton, she's in east te temor. secretary of states are exempt from political events. >> down on the floor,
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of her husband. >> diane sawyer is in charlotte tonight, with more on what we will see tonight. we joined diane sawyer, where she has moved from tampa to charlotte with the rest of the political world. diane, what do you have for us tonight? >> here at the democratic national convention, all eyes are on michelle obama, and we learned how she is preparing for her big speech and we also had an interview with the keynote speaker. and, by the way, what about his identical twin brother who is going to introduce him tonight? and gas prices rising across the country. >> we look forward to it. as always, diane, thank you. you can see "world news" right after abc 7 news at 6:00. >> traffic and parking. starting friday, woodmont avenue will be closed for nearly two years in one area and that means drivers will no longer be able to use it to get to wisconsin ave. they are working on two high- rises and a change to one of the biggest parking lots in the area. >> and circling for a parking space because the new telegraph road lot open today in woodbridge adding 700 new spaces. it is across from the la
wieghart, national political correspondent for scripps- howard news service, diane sawyer, correspondent for the cbs program "60 minutes,'' and fred barnes, national political correspondent for the baltimore sun. barbara walters of abc news, who is appearing in her fourth presidential debate, is our moderator. barbara. >> thank you, dorothy. a few words as we begin tonight's debate about the format. the position of the candidates -- that is, who answers questions first and who gives the last statement -- was determined by a toss of a coin between the two candidates. mr. mondale won, and that means that he chose to give the final closing statement. it means, too, that the president will answer the first question first. i hope that's clear. if it isn't, it will become clear as the debate goes on. further, the candidates will be addressed as they each wanted and will, therefore, be called "mr. president'' and "mr. mondale.'' since there will also be a second debate between the two presidential candidates, tonight will focus primarily on the economy and other domestic issues. the debate, its
. he talked exclusively to abc's diane sawyer. >> you talk about it that the 44 days were the financial equivalent of the cuban missile crisis? >> it was so serious, they couldn't tell the world how bad it was at the time. >> woodward also details how the proposed agreement fell through when mr. obama asked mr. boehner for more tax increases. woodward reveals more on "world news" and "nightline." it's an abc news exclusive. >> a fly on the wall, man. all right. >>> it is a guilty verdict for drew peterson. the chicago area police sergeant charged with killing his third wife. a jury convicted peterson largely on hearsay evidence from friends and relatives of kathleen savio and stacy peterson, wife number four who vanished in 2007. he sat still as the verdict was read. but savio's family could not hold back their emotions. >> finally, somebody heard kathleen's cry. 12 people did the right thing. >> i'll never have my sister again. i'll see her in the cemetery. but at least i know she got justice. >> there is no death penalty in illinois. but peterson could spend the rest of his life in pr
. robin said, thank you for remembering my mother. diane sawyer and charlie gibson were among those to pay their respects. mrs. roberts was the first african-american to head the mississippi state board of education. she was buried alongside her husband, a former tuskegee airman. >>> it is time, now, for the weather from across the nation. hope it's nice where you are. but you're going to see hail and gusty winds from southern nebraska to amarillo. showers into the carolinas. late-day thunderstorms from pittsburgh to northern new england. >> mostly 80s in the northeast and the nation's midsection. triple-digits from texas into the desert southwest. >>> when we come back this morning, can you really trademark a color? well, a court ruling that has some people seeing red. >>> and then, video of a chilling bank heist. armed gunmen kidnapping the bank manager and strapping on what they said was a bomb. >>> and we'll lighten the mood a little later in the show. hot on the heels of her speech in charlotte, the first lady tries her hand at late-night laughs. @ >>> welcome back, everyone. and ther
about libya and then they have this. ten minutes of diane sawyer and juan williams saying what a problem this is for romney. his campaign is doomed. then it's torched and protests and bad news about the iraqis allowing iranians to fly weapons through syria then they move on. no context. a few lonely voices say the entire obama foreign policy has collapsed, with the exception of krauthammer they move on to they are eating at parks or whatever it is. the remains is the ten minutes of solid clobbering of romney every night on videotape issue. >> jon: do you agree. it was it a smoke screen for the media? >> i think it had to happen because so many conservatives piled on. it wasn't just the liberal media. it was talking about a string of gaffes. i think dana called it a one-man looper reel but its repeated set of mistakes. this one is major. i don't think it's a great example of media bias. this is covering the man, the candidate. >> jon: but when president obama said that the supreme court could not overrule a law passed by congress, that didn't get a whole lot of attention in the media, but
fortune? it is all about being. see the whole picture tonight on "world news" with diane sawyer on abc. [ç?w?Ñ?Ñ [ female announcer ] with swiffer dusters, a great clean doesn't have to take longer. i'm done. i'm gonna read one of these. i'm gonna read one of these! [ female announcer ] unlike sprays and dust rags, swiffer 360 duster's extender gets into hard-to-reach places without the hassle. so you can get unbelievable dust pickup in less time without missing a thing. i love that book. can you believe the twin did it? ♪ swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. >>> after a three-game sweep of tampa bay, the orioles are looking to take their momentum out west. they kick off a nine-game road trip in oakland torrent. the o's are still tied with the yankees for first place in the division. oakland holds the top spot h in the american league wildcard standings. joe saunders will be on the mound tonight and the first pitch is at 10:05. you have to stay up late for that one. it is a big sports weekend all around for baltimore fans. the ravens will take on the philadelphia eagl
stage michelle obama talks to diane sawyer tonight. we believe small things can make a big difference. like how a little oil from here can be such a big thing in an old friend's life. we discovered that by blending enhanced botanical oils into our food, we can help brighten an old dog's mind so he's up to his old tricks. it's just one way purina one is making the world a better place... one pet at a time. discover vibrant maturity and more at purinaone.com. . >>> all right a good day on wall street. the dow hit it's highest mark since december 27 up almost 245 points. the nasdaq above 66 and the s&p500 up 28. good numbers. >>> the heat is on. phone makers rushing to get the latest items out ahead of apple's big event. two companies reveal smart phones but the question remains how will they match up against the i-phone? allison has more tonight. >> reporter: it's a big week for products roll outs. new smart phones on wednesday with a chance for the companies to put them in the spotlight before the apple event next week when we expect the new i- phone five. motoro la showed off three di
's the best kept secret of the planet, jk rowling's novel. she's revealing more secrets. world news with diane sawyer and later on a special nightline on abc. >>> we're a few weeks into the school year but some students are handing out grades because of a few federal nutrition laws. some students say they appreciate having more opts of fruits and vegetables but others say they leave the lunch room feeling hungry. >> you want more food to keep you going, keep the energy in you. >> whether students say they like the change or not, school officials say they have just as many students who continue to buy them. >> baltimore city police make an arrest in an almost 4-year-old murder case. thatster ri and much or -- that story and much more coming up at 6:00 which starts right now. >>> look at this face. the puppy is not even weaned from his mother yet, stolen from an animal rescue. we'll tell you what volunteers are doing to get the puppy back. >> his proposal are drawing accusations of bigotry. how the commissioner is trying to make english the official language. >> i'm with the bird man of baltimor
after her bone marrow transplant. >> i will now wait to see what happens. >> diane sawyer and sam champion in the room during the procedure. >> it was a very emotional, it was scary. >> now, the latest on her condition and her prognosis. >>> lady gaga's stunning weight gain. the new photos and how it happened so fast. >>> then, amanda bynes gone wild. is this photographer planning to sue? >> you dug your nails into my neck, lady. >> i don't know why it turned into something like this. >>> stars losing inches in an hour. before the emmys, hollywood's new plastic surgery. >>> plus, melissa gilbert's past addictions. >> i was drinking tw
with diane sawyer and nightline. anncr: more anti-maryland ads. from this west virginia casino. they want marylanders to keep coming to west virginia... casinos like theirs. spending one hundred seventy million a year. question seven will keep those dollars at home. with a limited expansion of gaming that will mean... hundreds of millions for schools in the baltimore area... and across the state... according to the department of legislative services. and with independent audits required by law... question seven means millions for maryland schools. guaranteed. >>> some high schools in new york are offering students the controversial health service to cut back on teen pregnancies. they're making the morning after pill available. the health department made the decision to provide plan b last year and the pilot program has now expanded to 13 schools. parents were notified of the program before hand and given the chance to opt out. >> this program has been around for a year or now. we make every effort to reach parents. they are given letters. and we wait four weeks after the letters to go out
, diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >> welcome everyone at home. it's filled to the rafters here in the arena. they are ready for this final night in charlotte, north carolina, the democratic national convention and tonight, president barack obama about to enter this arena to fire up this crowd and voters across the country. you know, george, he's a fourth-quarter player, a clutch hitter, he's got to begin tonight. >> that's right. a high degree of difficulty tonight. no president has been re-elected with unemployment this high. 2/3 of the country believe we're headed in the wrong direction. he needs to bring back the themes of hope and change. and say that voters can make good on that promise if they make the right choice now. we'll tackle it tonight with jon karl, cokie roberts on the floor. matthew dowd right here in the studio. >> we want to let you in on an emotional motion. a familiar face, former congresswoman gabrielle giffords, one year and seven months after a gunshot wound to her head changed her life. walked out onto stage and in this arena, listen to her, led the ple
arena in charlotte, north carolina, diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >>> and good evening to all of you. and good evening again to the team. it is great to have you back with us. this time, we are in charlotte, north carolina kicking off the democratic national convention. you can see the crowd gathered out there in the hall. that's 17,000 people. and once again, it is a woman. it is first lady michelle obama tonight, beginning this high-pressure moment with a speech. at the republican national convention, it was the candidates right there, ann romney. >> and the husbands, they challenge, mirror image this week. mitt romney came in according to the latest abc news/"washington post" poll, shows brand new, in the least favorable, 47% favorable, 49% unfavorable. >> and also under water, a surprising undertow among registered women voters. the abc news/"washington post" poll showing a slide among them. >> and, of course, the first lady going to be addressing that tonight in her speech. we're going to be analyzing it all. we've got the white house correspondent jake tapper on the floo
with diane sawyer and barbara walters to anchor the special. so, if you want to do the special, you will have to do it with a two of them as anchors. to his great credit he said that is fine with me. what happened is we had a two-hour special but might that sunday night anchored by peter jennings and diane sawyer and barbara walters. in that particular instance, which is it was unusual, peter actually was wrong and i was right but that is not the point. that is not what i took away from this. what i took away from this was a more important point. peter was saying you have to keep in mind the line between entertainment and news and think about why you are reporting the story. are you reported it because it is of historical significance or because people just want to know about it? you have to keep that in mind. there is nothing wrong with reporting because people care about them. but you should always be thinking that exactly why you were doing it. that by the way his moved substantially. i give princess diana died today there wouldn't be anything in the newsroom about the prime time special a
. >> and set to take center stage tonight. earlier today sh he spoke to abc's diane sawyer. >> i can guarantee you i'm going to be nervous but i think when i get up there, i'll be okay. >> the president will watch in the white house with their daughters. mrs. obama says if malia and sasha have home work it's a priority. >> thank you. >> and there is a major police presence in charlotte. pro testors gathered today and officers tried to march towards the convention center. one person was arrested. and organizers once demonstrated and abc 7 news is in charlotte, north carolina coming up on abc 7 news at 5:00 and then again, at 6:00. you can get updates by following him on our facebook page. and we'd like to you join us for live coverage from charlotte that airs tonight on abc 7. >> and there is amazon adding more contests and who is buying dick clark productions? emily chang is live with today's after the bell report. >> hi, larry. a group released ids for more than a million apple devices first on the agenda today. information including user names, id numbers and types of devices used what. is i
senior adviser david plouffe and george and diane sawyer lead our live democratic convention in primetime starting at 10:00 eastern on tuesday night. >>> now to that terrifying discovery at a popular beach along the new england coast. a giant white shark washed ashore. now authorities are scrambling, closing beaches. abc's john schriffen has the latest. >> reporter: a great white shark washed up on the shore >> i think it's kind of scary. >> reporter: fisherman spotted the 13-foot predator saturday morning just feet from where beach-goers swim. >> pretty scary. your adrenaline goes a little bit. he's stone dead, but my god. >> reporter: officials immediately closed the beach to swimmers, amid fears that more great whites may be lurking nearby. popular cape cod beaches are already shut down for the holiday weekend. officials there determined that it's not safe to go back in the water after boaters captured this shark-feeding frenzy and in a single day, seven sharks were spotted off the coast of two other cape cod beaches. some just feet from the shore. >> i'm glad that the summer is over.
, live in charlotte. thank you. >>> you can join diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos this week for coverage of the democrats. it all kicks off tonight at 10:00 eastern time. keep it right here on abc news. >>> overseas, now, where survivors are describing chaos and carnage in the suicide bombing that targeted a u.s. government vehicle in pakistan. two pakistanis were killed and two americans are among the 19 people wounded in monday's attack in the city of peshawar. the bomber rammed the vehicle near the u.s. consulate, using 240 pounds of explosives. so far, there's been no claim of responsibility. >>> in other news this morning, the new school year begins today in chicago. but more than 26,000 teachers and staff members in the nation's third-largest school district could soon be on strike. teachers rallied yesterday on labor day in a show of solidarity. they're threatening, though, to strike next monday over pay, benefits and job security, which would leave the windy city scrambling to deal with 400,000 students. a potential mess on their hands. rahm emanuel, cutting short hi
the big debut of "katie," katie couric's daytime talk show. good luck, katie. we'll be watching. diane sawyer back in the chair tomorrow night. good night, everyone. have a great week. >> ama: the search for a missing cal poly student now over. >> alan: remembering the san bruno pipeline blast two years later. >> another red flag going up. there was something wrong with thit this. >> ama: the boater who helped authorities track down the father accused of kidnapping his two children. abc-7 news at 6:00 starts right now. >> alan: a tragic ending in the search for a missing college student. his body found in the sacramento river today. good evening, i'm alan wang. >> ama: i'm ama daetz. the body of brett olson was recovered from the sacramento river downstream from an area known by locals as beer can beach. sergio quintana is live in
, especially if it's a bar stool. >> rick klein, thank you very much. diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos will be there in charlotte, tuesday through thursday every night at 10:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. >> we do move on tonight to the system that's still moving, what's left over from isaac, the storm spinning off tornadoes. this tornado slicing across corning, arkansas. tonight parts of the midwest and the south facing the threat of even more severe weather. let's bring in abc meteorologist ginger zee. >> can you believe we're still talking about isaac? this has been a long week and a half or so. the rotation is still evident and still causing issues. illinois down to mississippi and alabama tonight, that's where the threat lies, that's where the circulation is and really a tornado watch just went into effect the last couple of hours until 11:00 p.m. eastern, all the way from lexington to tupelo. so nashville is included as well. let me show you this video. more tornadoes showing up yesterday. this one in missouri. thank you to our affiliate for getting this out of arkansas, but
. and there are explosive dei tails to reach a deal. and in an interview with abc's diane sawyer wood ward described the stakes. >> you talk about it as a 44 days that were the equivalent of financial equivalent of the cuban missle crisis. >> it's serious. they couldn't tell the world how bad it was at that time. >> the president and speaker were close to a deal and there is a talks fell apart when the president demanded more tax revenue. he wasn't going to get a damn dime more out of me. he knew how far out on a limb i was. and boehner didn't bother returning calls and boehner finally called the president back. by then, the president was furious. the call was a presidential tirade and the president was spewing coals. wood ward says the president admitted, i was pretty angry. despite the episode one of the pez's senior advisors still thinks after the election that democrats and republicans can resume talks. wood ward walks it reflected badly on everyone and says it was clear no one was running washington. >> and this interview will air next sunday and on night line. woodward join gma tuesday morn oo
. >> first, diane sawyer with a look at what is ahead on world news. >> hello z tonight on world news this moving story on governor romney's donor event. more of the video what else does he say? and also, what we've learned about what is going on behind the scenes right now. the governor himself points to another video z trying to limit damage today. also, the most-beloved tv shof all time. one million votes are in. want to guess? top five chosen by >>> many consider the bay bridge an gem, soon it will be a work of heart. >> abc 7 news is live on the embark dareo with a preview for us. don? >> you know there it s bay bridge in naked state this is functional but it is about to become the world's largest light installation, ever. there is 25,000 led lights. an interpretation of the environment. this is about to become reality. looking at the bridge as a canvas for his create activity. >> my work is all ab tract. there are no images so i'm working with rules and am inspired by the motion of traffic, water and weather. there is a lot of very fertile territory to explore as an artist. >> t
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